Terrorism: October 31, 2001


Congressman Brian Baird has proposed a constitutional amendment that says if 25% of Congress is killed in some mass event, governors could appoint replacements without holding special elections. The move, billed as an anti-terrorist measure, notes that under the current constitution, replacement senators can be appointed but not replacement congressmen


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